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eWON® Netbiter LC gateway Print


By connecting a Netbiter LC gateway to a machine, device or sensor, you can monitor this equipment in a regular web browser. You Imageaccess the information by logging on to the Netbiter LC’s internal webpages or by using the built-in ThingWorx connectivity which allows you to see the live values in ThingWorx.

Access option 1:

View data from your equipment via a local network (LAN)
The Netbiter LC gateways are equipped with an internal web interface, allowing you to view live values, logged data and get alarms from your machine. LC gateways are specifically designed for use with closed and secure Local Area Networks (LAN).

Access option 2:

View live values in ThingWorx
The Netbiter LC gateways also come with plug-and-play Thingworx connectivity allowing you to create a “Thing” in ThingWorx with a Imagefew clicks of the mouse. In ThingWorx, you can easily build graphical dashboards (Mashups) and get alarms and reports online.



Connectivity to the device/machine
The Netbiter LC gateways securely connect to your field equipment via Serial RS-232/485, Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP. On-board I/O ports provide the option to connect sensors and additional equipment to the system.

Two versions: Ethernet and Cellular
Netbiter LC comes in two versions: LC310 sends data via Ethernet only, while LC350 can use both Ethernet and cellular communication (3G/GSM/ GPRS).

View data and get alarms from remote equipment by logging on to the Netbiter LC’s internal webpages over a LAN network.






Ready-made ThingWorx connectivity
Netbiter LC comes with an included wizard which makes it easy to map values from a
Modbus device to ThingWorx. Moreover, there are ready-made device templates for hundreds of industrial devices available for free download on The result is that you can connect your equipment to ThingWorx with a couple of mouse clicks.







More information



ASPires - Prevention and early detection of forest fires Print

Forest fires present one of the main risks for the nature and protected forest areas. Detection the fire in early phase remains one of the biggest challenge for researchers and institutions in Crisis Management Systems in Europe.

ImageThat is the reason a lot of projects (including EU projects) to be started recently in computer-based forest fires early detection and monitoring, intended to be implemented in areas of particular importance (National Parks).

The ASPires project will develop a novel model of an information system for early detection, monitoring and prediction of forest fires in areas of particular importance, providing high fire danger forecast and prediction.

The goal of the project is to develop advanced concepts for early detection systems of forest fires that integrates sensor networks and mobile (drone) technologies for data collection and acquisition of those data at existing Crisis Management Information Systems (CMIS).
The general objective of the project is to develop advanced concepts of systems for early detection of forest fires that integrates sensor networks and mobile (drone) technologies for data collection, acquisition and analyses, which will be capable to improve the percentage of detecting of forest fires in areas of particular importance, to monitor areas with high and changing fire weather index, hot spots and areas already affected by forest fires, and to predict the behavior of forest fires. The system shares information and exchanges data between authorities, and at all levels of a national Crisis Management System. It improves the coordination mechanisms between local, regional and national authorities, enhanced partnerships between different public authorities and relevant stakeholders such as academia, research institutions, and the private sector, in particular for forest fires prevention in participating beneficiaries states and eligible third countries.

The team working on the project is consisting of the coordinator Hochschule Fulda University of Applied Sciences , Hesse, Germany and the partners Military Academy„General Mihailo Apostolski" – Skopje, Comicon Ltd. - Sofia, InterConsult Bulgaria Ltd. – Sofia  and National Cluster for Intelligent Transport and Energy Systems (NCITES) – Sofia.


The project is funded by the European Commission /EC/.



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